Selected segments, with brief description, notes and descriptive classification: 7 Southern Oral History Program historians carefully analyze each transcript and select particularly salient segments, adding notes and description. Point your mouse at one of the segment times below for a brief description of that segment. Click to go to that point in the transcript. Note: Not all selected segments have these features. [ 00:02:56 - 00:10:29 ] Founding of and tensions surrounding the Orange County Rape Crisis Center in the mid-1970s [ 00:10:30 - 00:12:53 ] Rationale behind NOW's opposition to the death penalty for rape [ 00:24:43 - 00:28:29 ] The emergence of NOW in Chapel Hill and the effort to legitimate its authority [ 00:33:55 - 00:36:46 ] An anecdote about an early women's studies course in 1973 [ 00:42:10 - 00:49:35 ] A response to criticism that NOW reflected a white middle class bias [ 00:57:26 - 00:58:15 ] Chapel Hill rape cases jolt the local chapter of NOW into action [ 01:20:57 - 01:24:36 ] Rape Crisis representatives included on 1975 commission to reform "rape laws"